MONTH : May 2014
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So Carlo Ancelotti managed to win the Champions League with yet another club. His Real Madrid side extended their record number of trophies in the competition to ten (hence La Decima) after coming from behind to beat city rivals Atletico 4-1. He previously won the competition twice with AC Milan.
Thank goodness for those moments of clarity. Because, without them, where would we be? We keep making excuses for the other person. And we make more of them. And then we make more of them. And then we get to the point where we no longer can make more of them. Because we have achieved […]
There are some people you take a look at. And then you do a double take. Because they are so stunning that they deserve a second look. It is difficult to take a hold of yourself and stop yourself from glancing again in their direction. What can you do?
I am a fan of The Good Wife. The CBS drama features a great cast all of whom put in convincing performances to make it one of the best acted shows currently on TV. The story revolves around the Good Wife herself, Alicia Florrick. She is portrayed by the gorgeous Julianna Marguiles of ER fame. […]
My favorite football manager of the year has just been named by the League Managers’ Association as Manager of the Year for guiding his Liverpool side through an outstanding campaign which took them to within 3 games of the title. Liverpool finished 2nd behind Manchester City but took the fight to the final day.
Liverpool finished 7th in the 2012/2013 season of the English Premier League. But this season has been different. With an initial target of qualifying for the prestigious UEFA Champions league, the team has done that and defied expectation to with 7 points of winning the Premier League title. That is quite a leap. And much […]
It is not as simple as it sounds. You are supposed to go after the things you want. And meet and beat obstacles along the way. But there are times when you have to keep a delicate balance between the things you want and the price you will or might have to pay to achieve them. […]